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at the top of the hour lots of rain right now and lots of warnings about what may follow. we have lots of traffic problems. sharon will describe what's happening on interstate 70. let's go to first warning
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doppler radar. we've been looking at this heavy band of rain that's in the central harford zone skirting the shore, about the heaviest rain over such a large area we've seen during the evernight. trust me, overnight we have had soaking rains between 4 and 4:30 a tornado warning in effect for portions of calvert and anne arundel county. it points out we're dealing with quite an unstable air massments i want to go right to the watch, warning graphic. there's a tornado watch, not a warning, but a watch in effect. because of this unstable air mass until 1 and they makes tend it longer for all counties. it's easier to say where it's not except garrett, allegany, washington and frederick county. we have a flood watch or coastal flood watch in effect
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for am -- almost all counties except garrett and allegany. a high wind except garrett and allegany. right now we va a flash flood warning for anne arundel, calvert, charles, pg county and st. mary's county. let's take a look at the day part. i think it's important to know we're going to get a break in the action through the midday but this is not an all clear. there will be an equally heavy amount of rain coming our way through the afternoon and the evening hours. this is going to hit us in two different waves today. expect before it's over-- it's over and done with, three to six inches of rain. >> part of interstate 70 is closed. here's sharon with wjz traffic control. we also have several lanes
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on the beltway blocked. that's going to be on the west side outer loop, an area of wilkens. we have an area blocking three right lanes. on to the problem on 70, all lanes remain blocked on 70 eastbound. that's between u.s. 29 and the patapsco river bridge. they hope to have did cleared by 8 a.m. traffic is being detoured with a backup to baltimore national pike. watch for an accident on the beltway that one will be on the outer loop at 795. a car spun out there. the second accident involving a police vehicle on the outer loop approaching the jfx on 83. there's an accident there. another one in randalls town at liberty road. one at loch raven and one in anne arundel route 4 at talbot road. flooding at eastern boulevard and martin boulevard. a live look at your drive times and your speeds, down to 21
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miles an hour on the west side outer loop, big delay there is. in the because of the weather but because of the accident. there's a live look at 70. no eastbound lanes get beg because of the accident at 29. there's a look at the west side at old port road. remember, wjz 13 is always on. so for traffic information anytime, log on to the rain is obviously what people are talking b right now the majority of the state is under a tornado and flood watch. website -- wjz's coverage continues. >> reporter: when it's this wet out, the city and utilities have plans in place. five crews have been working to clean storm drains considering there's more than 50,000 of them. >> the biggest weapon you have in the fight against flooding is really a broom. go out there. sweep that material up. put it in the trash can.
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>> reporter: workers monitor the areas for problems. >> wool -- we'll focus on the flooding and the wind. >> reporter: flooding is guaranteed but it's not expected to be as bad as 2003 when hurricane isabelle wreaked havoc. >> every time there's a high tide, it floods. >> i try to stay away from here if i know it's going to rain. >> reporter: with flooding comes power outages. >> we could see several thousand power outages as a result of trees coming do on power lines. >> have a preparedness kit. have a flashlight, a radio, water, nonper prishable food. >> reporter: so the rain has been coming in waves. that means street flooding has already occurred. reporting live, mike schuh, wjz news. back to you. >> remember, wjz is always on.
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for the updated forecast go to now to our other big story. a charter bus crash in bethesda yesterday afternoon that killed a driver and injured a dozen others, including children. it happened at 270 handle cra spie boulevard -- and democracy boulevard. >> reporter: at least four people had to be cut out of this wreckage after their tour bus toured -- went down a steep embank m the driver, 66-year- old joseph clabaugh died. a group of 11 tourists were returning home to pennsylvania after a trip to d.c. >> we've seen bus accidents before. all of them pose their special problem but this is different. >> reporter: the hov skyramp, which is empty, is where the bus was driving when it went down at 4:00.
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major highways were closed or clogged. >> our priority is to conduct a thorough evaluation. >> reporter: when the bus left the road it crashed through a guardrail and fell through 45 feet of vegetation, eventually landing next to 270. two other cars crashed near by the bus did not land on any oth are vehicles. first responders took hours to thoroughly search for victims, even bringing in the k9 unit. a total of 12 patients had to be transported. the ntsb typically investigates a fatal crash involving a commercial vehicle. a trooper is taking pictures from the chopper for that investigation. >> as far as the cause of the crash, it is far too early to speculate on what caused the crash. all we knee is what you've already -- you already know and have seen, that the bus came off of the roadway just prior to entering the skyramp. >> reporter: maryland police and the ntsb will investigate
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further boy speak together witnesses, including some of the injured and look at the images captured by the maryland state helicopter. kelly mcpherson reporting. >> the driver's body has already arrived at the medical examiner's office in baltimore. remember, wjz is always on for you. updates are at we have some breaking entertainment news to tell you b actor tony curtis is dead. curtis went into the navy before entering show business. he teamed up with sidney poitier. he is the father of jamie leigh curtis. tony curtis, dead at the age of -- 85. the ravens could be without
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ray rice. he missed practice because of that bruise. if he's out, it's likely mcgay hey will take his place. the ravens have a date with the steelers on sunday. it's a classic rivalry. our coverage kicks off at 1:00. then our coverage continues. join us for highlights and analysis. and orioles legend cal ripken has launched a lean of beef jerky. he has teamed up with a new jersey company to sell ripken power shred. it's shredded beef jerky. it's only online but should be in the stores in the spring. you can find a leverage at our website just check on the ripken shred
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story. >> busy, busy, busy. >> it sure is. >> let's tell you about the weather. i want to go back to first warning doppler radar. you know, we've had heavy rain overnight but you're looking at a band of really heavy rain. this stall is moving shout to north. i just have some concerns right along where you see the red right now. in other words what's over annapolis will be over bel air, east madonna in about 35 minutes. this is all moving straight south and north essentially from what would be the harford zones, mason dixon line, arcing over bel air and hugging the immediate shore east of annapolis, bending right over kent county. we just have some heavy doubt rain. this is not going to be the only time we see this radar
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looking like this today. let's take a look at the traffics -- graphics. what we're seeing is easily three to six inches from the time it starts through tomorrow morning when it's out of here, but right now they're talking about a band primarily over the shenandoah valley but arc together east of frederick, like 12 inches of rain? >> that's amazing. >> that would be 144 inches total. let's put this in terms of snow. no. let's say it's going to be raining with a high of 75. when we come right back, we're going to roll down all the watches, warnings and advisories in the area. i'll just give you a blanket statement. other than garrett and allegany county we're all under some sort of an advisory right now.
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i want to shift gears. one of the team must men in music is paul reed smith. there he stands. we're going after cancer with the help of prs. >> we're inside studio j, the legendary paul reid smith. the legendary michael hibler to benefit johns hopkins, kimmel cancer center and we'll tell you who these guitars belong to when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,,,,,,
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it's going to be easier telling you where there are not viernlings. we have a bunch in effect. what gets your immediate attention is a tornado watch. it's a watch not a warning. we have a very unstable air mass. there will be thunderstorms until 1:00. it may be extended out longer.
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right now a tornado watch for all counties except frederick, washington, allegany and garrett county. we have a flood watch for all except garrett and allegany county. there's a flash flood watch until 10:45 for anne arundel, charles, calvert, pg and st. mary's county. the high wind is stuck behind the other colors. it's more of a than color. we're going to see some wind in the area. right now on tv hill just a northeast breeze. 68. 93% humidity. this is just a standard nor'easter right now. there are no longer any advisories. it's now no longer tropical,
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and the national hurricane center has already gone south. it's done. this is just a big nor'easter. it's -- its track is over frederick, maryland. the strongest is over central maryland and the eastern shore with the less impact being coastal. once this passes, the weather center will lock at saturday, sunday and monday. 75 will be the high -- wait, stand by, this just. a tornado warning has been issued for southeastern cull vrt and st. mary's until 7:00. this just happened. i need to sew that one more time. we have a tornado warning in effect for southeastern calvert and eastern st. mary's counties
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until 7:00. don, let me finish the forecast. come on back to me in the first warning weather center and i want to isolate that thoarmt today is 75. rain will end overnight, 59. tomorrow it will be clearing and 72. the weekend beautiful. the temperatures dropping back into the 60s. don, i'll throw to you. we'll throw it to ron. we'll stay on this. take it away. >> we've got sharon first. the rain is not only affecting the roads but the rail commute. we're just getting word of flooding on mta, camden and brunswick lines. so keep that in mind as far as delays. keep in mind if you're planning on traveling on 70, it's not moving very fast or very far. it's blocking 29 and the patapsco river bridge. an overturned milk tanker truck
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with a backup to baltimore national pike. the outer loop on 795, a car spun out. the second one fleer by on the outer loop. a police vehicle involved on that one. on the harrisburg there's an accident past bell fast and brenbrook and liberty. let's take a live look outside at the west side of the beltway. that is old port road. traffic is jammed. we're looking at speeds in the 30s on the outer loop. there is a live look at 70. no lanes getting by on the eastbound side because of that accident. there is a look at wilkens. that's all that's left over from that earlier accident that was block three right lanes, no longer an issue there. this traffic report is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, buy right the first time and you'll save more in the long run. don, back to you. ron is with jimmy in fell
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-- fells point. >> reporter: it happens at bourbon street, the one night, one show, one cause for the kimmel cancer center at johns hopkins. nothing like jimmies. the big evernghts the 11th annual show. >> we have two rock stars coming, derrick trucks, his wife and they're going to put on a show that will be exhorde fairy. everybody should come. derrick is the only one to play in his own band and eric clapton. >> it's going to be great. the bourbon street gillford
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avenue. doors open at 7:00. >> this is on sunday. when they agreed to do it, we were coming unglued. we thought this was the greatest thing. >> reporter: these are two of the guitars that will be auctioned off. tell us about them. >> this one is signed by carlos santana. this one is signed by the black eyed peas, which is the largest music band in the world right now. if you've seen their show, they're extraordinary. >> they were just in baltimore. >> u2 said these guys are doing great. >> reporter: paul, always great to see you. >> thanks for having us -- having us on. we're lucky to have hopkins here, but the fact that the rock stars are coming to play is off the hook. >> reporter: michael, quickly,
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people hop want tickets,. >> mission >> reporter: you guys are doing great work. thank you for joining us on a crazy morning. >> it's raining, right? we're in flood central. >> reporter: we are. michael, thank you so much. one night, one show, one cause. bourbon street for the benefit of the kimmel center at johns hopkins. back to you. i know it's very busy in the weather center. this is breaking fast and heavy right now even as we are as we speak. hang on one second. i'm literally making these graphics on the fly. there it is right there. take a look at our watch,
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warning and advisory graphic. we have until 7:00 a tornado warning in effect for portions of southeastern calvert county and eastern st. mary's county. dak a look at first warning doppler radar right now. we have some thunderstorms that are starting to show rotation. this is not first time during this early morning and overnight we have seen a tornado warning. between 4 and 4:30 we had one for portions of calvert and anne arundel. this is eastern st. mary's until 7:00. let me put first warning doppler in motion. it will be a problematic situation through the day. go back to our watch, warning and advisory graphic. we have a tornado watch for all counties except garrett, allegany, washington and frederick county until 1:00.
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it's a highly unstable air mass. there are thunderstorms around that could be capable of rotation. we'll have to watch it very closely for you. by the way, there's a flood watch in effect area wide through the day, but until 10:45 for counties right along the bay on the western shore. there's a flash flood warning. what a day it's been and we have a lot or rain coming our way. we're taking a break and we'll be right back with more news be right back with more news from ,,,,,,
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up next, a tornado in southern maryland. we have this covered. mike us a out in the weather. >> reporter: i'm mike schuh in fells point, a live report we we return. it's a wet oned on a messy one. we'll go down the long list of problems. let's send it over to marty. there's a lot of problems because of the weather. here's first warning doppler radar. believe it or not, the heaviest rain in the region is not where we have the tornado warning, but that's not unexpected. we'll take a look at the watches warnings and advisories when we return right after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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this breaking news happening right now. it's raining area wide but
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there is a tornado warning for two counties in southern maryland or the parts of two counties and sharon had a morning long traffic problem on interstate 70. first, marty has first warning weather. >> this is such breaking weather news. i'm still looking at it. all right. fine. the weather has gotten wild over the past 15 minutes. first and foremost, let's take a look at first warning doppler radar. and let me show you that area wide we are getting an have been getting soaking rain. we will have soaking rain in the hear for the next few hours, a slight break during the midday and early afternoon and equally heavy rain this afternoon and tonight. you can see where the real heavy duty rain s it's primarily on a north south line extending from the mason dixon line, at this point harford
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county, coming inland low of annapolis, shooting through southern maryland. i need to go to the watch, warning and advisory graphic. the immediate concern until 7:00, another 25 minutes there's a tornado warning in effect for portions of calvert and eastern st. mary's county. i need top point out there is now a flash flood warning in effect until 10:00 for cecil, care row line, kent and queen anne's county, now cecil, caroline, yours ends at 10. pg and st. mary's ends at 10:45. there's a flood watch in effect. there's also a tornado watch in effect for all counties except garrett and western allegany
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county until 1:00. so many warnings have hit this graphic. it's disguising the crimson as opposed to the bright red which is the tornado watch. the tornado watch in effect until 1:00. now back to first warning doppler radar there's soaking rains. what we're trying to do is go down here to southern maryland. you don't have to have huge rain to have a tornado warning. it's a precursor to rotation. what we're going to look for right now is -- see, this is true doppler. the greens are moving towards you. the red's away should you see red and green, we're talking winds moving towards and away in the same location that would be rotation. so clearly here just to the east of packs river, elliot, just northwest of deal island,
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we corks indeed, be seeing some rotation. we'll have to watch this very closely for you. we are expecting before this is said and done with at least three to six inches of rain. there's one forecast that actually calls for a band of rain out to the west of potentially 12 inches in some locations near the shenandoah valley. >> the list continues to grow. here's sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> a bunch of accidents, flooding and delays. watch for an accident that continues to block all lanes of 70. an overturned milk truck. traffic is backed up to baltimore national pike. why can take southbound 29. another one at 795, a car spun out. the second one on the northwest side outer loop. that one approaching the jfx.
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83 northbound just past belfast, there's an accident and another one at liberty, one in the city at loch raven. watch for a truck fire 95 southbound at mountain road. in the meantime, flooding reported in the whitemarsh area. we're told there's two feet of water in the road. do not attempt to drive through it. flooding at middle river, water in the underpass. there is a look at your speeds and drive times for the beltway. only 20 miles an hour. that's partially due to an earlier accident that we had. there's a lock at 70 and 29, still no eastbound traffic getting by. there's a look at 95 at mountain road where we have a truck fire. if you take the rails we are hearing delays on the brunswick and camden leans. this traffic report is brought to you by toyota.
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toyota, buy right the first time. toyota moving forward. back over to you. the weather is at the top of the news. there's a tornado warning in southern maryland. the tornado watch is almost statewide. most people will be dealing with the serious flood threat, high water, standing water and mike schuh continues oir coverage in fell -- our coverage in fells point. >> reporter: you already heard from sharon there's flooding. there's a contingency plan in place. baltimore city five crews have been working to clean storm drains there. 's or than 50,000 of them. >> the biggest weapon you have in the fight against flooding is really a broom. go out there, sweep that material up and put it in the trash can. >> reporter: workers monitor live pictures for any problem. >> we'll focus on flooding and the winds.
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we'll be okay on storm surge. >> reporter: flooding is guaranteed but not expected to as bad pass 2003. residents know about flooding all too well. >> anytime there's a high tide it floods. >> i try to stay away if i know it's going to rain. >> reporter: with flooding comes power outages. >> we could see several thousand power outages as a result of whole trees and limbs coming down. >> have a preparedness kit. have a flashlight. have a radio. have some water and nonperishable food. >> reporter: they call them flash floods for a reason. they come up so quickly. if you see a large puddle covering a roadway, it's a good idea not to drive through it. reporting at fells point. don, back to you. >> remember, wjz is always on. for constant updates your loan live look at radar and an
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updated forecast, go to first, the national transportation safety board is in a maryland suburb of washington, d.c. this morning investigating the commuter bus crash yesterday afternoon in bethesda that killed the driver of a bus. at least a dozen others are injured including some children. the pennsylvania-based tour bus plunged off a skyramp along interstate 270 and fell 45 feet down an embankment. of the 12 people injured two have life-threatening injuries. doctors say that number could have been much, much higher. >> the thing that stands out about this accident is the fall seems pretty significant many the mechanism, the physics behind. it i'm surprised there weren't more severe injuries. >> the driver is identified as 66-year-old joseph clabaugh of hanover, pennsylvania. his body is now at the state medical exam are's office --
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examiner's office. we continue to watch the watches and warnings. st. mary's county has now been dropped from the tornado warning. it's now a calvert county issue. take a look at the grafnlgt -- graphic. this is not the first front warning we had during the -- front warning we had overnight. st. mary's dropped. now calvert county under a tornado warning. doppler weather radar. what we're seeing is steady and heavy rain. you don't necessarily have to have a ton of rain to have a tornado warning in effect. i'm kind of looking, skirting the chesapeake bay and looking across the bay over to the eastern shore. what i'm trying to see, this is a true doppler.
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we're look for rotation. we're looking for air moving towards upand away to you. i got to be honest. there's so much going on. it's really just on a run. clearly there's a rotation issue over in calvert county at this time. let's go back to doppler and show you the reason why, how much rain has fallen. indeed, we are getting pummeled. this is not the first time today this is going to happen. we'll get a bit of a break during the mid-dave. then it will come at us as hard and as frequent later on. i want to go to the watch, warning, advisory graphic. after talking about the tornado warning, another 17 minutes for calvert county, there's 10 counties in maryland, including the district of columbia with flash flood warnings in effect. 10:00, cecil. flash flood until 10:45. anne arundel, charles,
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montgomery, pg, st. mary's an the district of columbia. we also need to point out because at this point the bright green are the flash flood warnings covering the crime son watch. there's a tornado watch in effect until 1:00 because of this very tropical very unstable air mass for all counties in maryland except frederick, washington, garrett and allegany counties. okay. i think we've covered the breaking news of the past 15 minutes. coming up, we'll take a first warning look at this day. we'll have sharon gibala and coming up coffee with actor ryan reynolds. his latest movie "buried" is kind of creepy. he's buried with a candle and a cell phone. therein lies the plot.
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ryan reynolds talks to us about "buried." the morning edition continues [ female announcer ] remember this promise? [ man ] martin o'malley -- taking on bg&e to stop the rate hikes. [ female announcer ] never happened -- your bill went up 72%. and o'malley gave the bureaucrat who approved the rate hike a huge raise. now martin o'malley promises we're moving forward. the fact of the matter is our economy is doing much better now. [ female announcer ] really? nearly 7,000 marylanders lost their jobs last month. four years ago, martin o'malley misled us. now he's just making stuff up. bob ehrlich. we can do better.
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we covered the watches, warnings and advisories. i can't stress to you enough how much rain will fall. as a matter of fact, let's take a look at a graphic. we basically have a floor easter hitting us. no long area tropical depression. the national hurricane center has said good-bye to the storm. no other advisories from that locale to be issued. we're looking at a big nor'easter. the strongest side is to the east and northeast of the center of the low. that's bringing the vortex right over western maryland. go back to first warning doppler radar. i want you to know there's not a lot happening down the lower 50 quarter over in delaware.
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right now it's a bit calm. the low is actually out here. here's the vortex of that energy. let's go back to the graphics. this is locally 12 inches. that's going to be real extreme. we are solidly in a three to six inch nine band. we're getting rain this morning, a break in the afternoon. then we'll get hammered again tonight. we'll also talk about wind. it's a breeze. we could see gusty winds. 68 is the barometer. this area of low pressure passes by the region. once the low, the second low, southerly low exits, 75 today and starts to taper rain off, the overnight low of 59, skies clear out, a high of 72. fells point festival this weekend, racing boats.
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beautiful conditions statewide. saturday, sunday and monday, fall-like temperatures. don, take it away. >> the rains made sharon busy. she's at wjz traffic control. it's not a great day. we have an accident 70 on eastbound. 70 is enclosed. an overturned milk tanker truck. traffic is backed up with a detour at southbound u.s. 29. an accident working on the northwest outer loop, a car spun out. another one, a police vehicle involved. watch for a crash in randalls town and east spring lane add loch ray vefnlt then the southbound planes at mountain road blocking the right lane to emmer ton. flooding on westbound pulaski at ebenezer.
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two feet of water reported in the road and mid-river at martin boulevard. that road is closed. there is a look at your speeds and your drive dimes on ballet bea. only 27 miles an hour on the west side of the beltway. there is a live look at the west side of the beltway at hold port road. it is wet and it is slow. same situation on 95 southbound, those delays running from emmer ton to mountain road. if you take the rails, keep in mind we have flooding also causing esh eyes on the bruns -- issues on the brunswick and camden lines. this traffic report is brought to you by toyota. toyota moving forward. back over to you. the tornado warning for calvert county last now been dropped. so we no longer have an active tornado warning in the area. we're just dealing with flash flood warning until 10:00 or 10:45. tornado watch for all counties
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except garrett, allegany and frederick county. oh, auntie em. >> if the movie about "buried" doesn't grab your interest, today's guest has yet to finish something on the green lantern. please welcome ryan reynolds to the eyewitness news morning edition. >> thank you. >> nice to see you. you are part of a fascinating project. this one has got me ready to go to the theater. he plays paul in a movie called "buried." just like it's sounds, are abur
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-- you're buried. >> i play this civilian contractor who wakes up buried he's left with a lighter and a cell phone. the whole film takes place inside the coffin. we never cut away. we're with the guy the entire journey. it takes place in real time in 90. >> that's fascinating, that a 90-minute movie is part of your life. >> this was the most terrifying script i read. >> you've seen test audiences with this and people buy into it? >> you know, honestly, i'm not gink to troy to sell it like this. i had no idea how people with react. i thought this was such a stretch and something so new, but, boy, did they ever. we screened it the first time
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at sundance. it became one of the sundance sensations. then it slowly like a snow -- like snowballed. it's interesting to watch a cynical crowd set back in their chairs. movie audiences want to be impressed. five minutes into the movie they're at a perfect 45-minute angle stairing at the screen. >> i'm hoping you will shock us and say it was the easiest movie ever made. >> it was shot in 17 days, but it felt like 17 years. i'm basically trapped in this, what i would liken to a very womb mi sweater made of wood, blood and sand. seeing the film, it's in the has claustrophobic as i think.
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call geico and see how much you could save on homeowners insurance. we have updates. >> we're looking at multiple inches of rain before this is over. said and done with, a high of 75 degrees this day. a bit of a break midday and early afternoon. heavy rain comes at us again. now over to sharon gibala. it's been a very busy morning because of the weather with traffic. hi, sharon. >> it hasn't let up all morning. we continue to have problems coming into us. expect big delays, first on 70 eastbound. it's shut down. an overturned milk tanker truck. they hope to have it open by
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8:00 but traffic is being detoured. watch for a backup to baltimore national pike. one on the outer loop at 795 and one on the outer loop at the jfx. benbrook drive at loch raven. truck fire on 95. that one at mountain road in the southbound lanes blocking the right lane with the backup to ebenezer road. flooding at ebb ben kneeser road. we're told that is having about two feet of water in the road. flooding reported at martin boulevard. rising water and an underpass that has all lanes blocked. in the meantime there's a lock at your drive times, some slow delays on the top side as well. there sha live look outside at the west side at old port road. there's a look at the backup because of the truck fire in the southbound lanes at
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